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Andrew Benintendi second in AL All-Star Final Vote

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Cary Erickson | 12 July, 2018, 11:54

He will join Mariners teammates Nelson Cruz, Edwin Diaz and Mitch Haniger at the All-Star Game.

Benintendi trailed Segura at each update Major League Baseball released of the voting.

The Mariners' Jean Segura beat out the other four men in the running. Red Sox outfielder Andrew Benintendi was second.

Benintendi entered Wednesday batting.298 with 25 doubles, five triples, and 14 home runs for a.906 OPS.

Before June 1, he hit just.245 with 11 homers and 29 RBI in 204 at-bats.

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Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton is third in the voting. Jean Segura of the Mariners won the vote.

Aguilar received 20.2 million votes, which is the second highest vote total since the Final Vote began in 2002, trailing only Justin Turner's 20.8 million last season.

The 28-year-old Venezuelan was tied for the National League lead with 23 home runs and becomes the fourth Milwaukee player headed to the game.

There may be some more substitutions on the All-Star rosters between now and the game next Tuesday, but there will be no more straight additions now that the final vote is in. Segura is hitting.329/.356/.467. He is second in the bigs with 116 hits heading into today's games. It's also well deserved after Segura's superb first half helped to anchor the Mariners infield and offense.

With the new All-Star appointments, there are now 28 first-time All-Stars (12 AL, 16 NL), 29 players (16 AL, 13 NL) age 27-or-younger and 24 foreign-born players (15 AL, 9 NL) on the 2018 All-Star rosters.